The Global Lawyer: Scenes from the Arab Bank Terrorism Trial

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A great trial lawyer delivers a classic closing, only to be upstaged by the shy man who pulled him into the case.

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  • Fiona

    Excellent article!

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  • Daniel

    Once again another fantastic article, and a great reminder why I am subscribed. Much thanks, Daniel from the Pedometer Reviews Depot

  • Diana Amsterdam

    This historic trial was won through ten years of diligent investigation, collection of depositions, teamwork and strategy and with it all, deep conviction. I applaud the trial lawyers mentioned in this article as well as lawyers such as Stephen H. Schwartz of Kohn Swift & Graf who worked behind the scenes to build a rock-solid case.

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